IT spending

Global IT Spending To Reach $3.7 Trillion In 2013: Emergence Of Low Cost Mobile Devices Discounts The Forecast !

Global IT spending is projected to reach $3.7 Trillion in 2013, up by 4.7% compare to 2012. According to Gartner, the growth is being primarily driven by the US dollars upward swing and the worldwide economy stabilization expected in...

What Is The Main Driving Force Behind IT Spending In Asia Pacific: The Market Is Expected To Create About A Quarter of Global IT...

At present, a chunk of IT (Information Technology) spending is being driven by the rapid evolution of smart devices—smartphones and Tablets. As customers are increasingly accessing IT products from their smartphone and Tablets, it’s time for retailers to evolve...

Global IT Spending Is Expected To Grow By 5% In 2012 [STUDY]

IT spending marked 5% growth at constant currency, despite the worsening of the world economy especially in Western countries in 2011. The BRIC countries—Brazil, Russia, India, and China—were considered as the tech emerging market, showed double digit growth in the...

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Short-form video applications have increased overwhelmingly in popularity in recent times. The surge in this format of online content, according to most,...

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The Slip-Ups Keep On Coming: WhatsApp Web Users’ Mobile Data Leaked On Google

As the developments have unfolded over the past week, the clock for WhatsApp seems to be ticking with every passing minute and...

Trump Administration Has Landed Its Final Blow On Chinese Companies: Xiaomi Blacklisted!

In its recent move to safeguard national security, the United States’ Trump Administration has decided to go after China’s second-biggest smartphone marker...